Transportation reports and reference
Transportation planners use inventories, resources and data to make decisions and write studies and reports about B.C.’s transportation planning. These strategic reviews, infrastructure plans, public engagement summary reports, and feasibility studies guide our transportation future.
For information about transportation issues in your area, contact the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure regional and district offices.
An alphabetical listing of popular online subjects focused on the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Read the studies and reports that drive B.C.’s transportation planning and the strategic reviews, infrastructure planning, public engagement summary reports, and feasibility studies that guide our transportation future.
Planning tools and core information such as highway numbers, highway exit numbers, traffic and safety statistics are are useful for planning and constructing transportation and infrastructure projects. It can also be of use to companies, municipalities, educators and the general public.
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure reporting consists of service plans, service plan reports and financial statements.
Road Runner is the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s employee newsletter. First published in November 1963, it features articles and photos that profile employees’ professional and personal successes, ministry projects and social and community events.